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Awards

Stallard Award

Named for Professor Hyla Stallard of London, England who was both a scholar and an athlete.  He was one of the greatest middle-distance runners in British history.  While in medical school, he won the bronze medal in  the 1500 meter run at the 1924 Paris Olympics.  Later, the film “Chariots of Fire” was written on the events of the 1924 Olympics, specifically focusing on the 1500 meter race with Stallard.  He was a gifted individual who later went on to pioneer the field of Ocular Oncology at St. Bartholomew’s Hospital and Moorfields Eye Institute in London, England.

 

2017 Recipient

Ralph Eagle

Philadelphia, USA

 

2015 Recipient

A. Linn Murphree, MD

Los Angeles, USA

 

2013 Recipient

Leonidas Zografos, MD

Lausanne, Switzerland

 

2011 Recipient

Enrique Malbran, MD

Buenos Aires, Argentina

 

2009 Recipient

David Abramson

New York, USA

 

Frezzotti Lecture

Named for Professor Frezzotti of the University of Siena, Siena, Italy

 

2015 Recipient

Laurence Desjardins, MD

Paris, France

 

2009 Recipient

Norbert Bornfeld, MD

Essen, Germany

 

2007 Recipient

Jerry Shields, MD

Philadelphia, USA

 

Pioneers in Ocular Oncology Award

2007 Recipient

Jerry Shields, MD

Philadelphia, USA